We love celebrating successes with our Pitch Wars family! Former mentor Laura Brown just announced a new release, and more, check it out!
New in the Mistaken Hearts Series – The Frenemy Mistake!
He’s delicious rock climbing eye candy—when he doesn’t talk.
Grant and I have been flirting for over a year. We’re the crash and burn types, not good at relationships and for the sake of our overlapping friend group harmony, we’re keeping our distance. The flirting hasn’t stopped, and our friends are getting married, so what’s the harm in one date? A little tangle of sheets and then we’ll part ways as friends.
The date completely blows, killing all attraction, and I’m ready to push Grant out of my mind, but I can’t. We need to team up to throw a quick wedding for our friends. When our attraction sparks back to life, giving in seems to be the only answer.
It’s hot as hell, and Grant’s climbing all my walls, right into my heart, until I discover the addiction in his past. I’m not sure of the details, but my parents were addicts, teenage addicts at that, and I can’t afford any more of that in my life. Only he’s gotten under my skin, and ending as friends no longer looks like an option.
And… a new cover for A Perfect Mistake, the first book in the Mistaken Hearts Series!
One night changed everything.
I’m not one for one-night stands, but from the moment I met Cam and those caramel eyes filled with such sadness, I can’t resist. How was I supposed to know he’s the one man I shouldn’t have had the hottest night of my life with? As a social worker I know better than to bring home my client’s grandson, but that tiny fact doesn’t help me now.
I need to stay away, but he’s Deaf, as is his dying grandmother, and I’m the only one at my agency who knows ASL. I’ll keep this a secret until his grandmother’s out of my care.
My plans to keep Cam out of my bed crumble when his grandmother dies. His grief is my kryptonite, my body his salve. Her dying wish was for us to be together, but not everyone in his family agrees. Someone makes a formal complaint to my boss, putting my job at risk. It’s my heart or my career, and I’m afraid I’m going to lose both.
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After spending her childhood coming up with new episodes to her favorite sitcoms instead of sleeping, Laura Brown decided to try her hand at writing and never looked back. A hopeless romantic, she married her high school sweetheart. They live in Massachusetts with their three cats and kid. Laura’s been hard of hearing her entire life but didn’t start learning ASL until college, when her disability morphed from an inconvenience to a positive part of her identity. At home the closed captioning is always on, lights flash with the doorbell, and hearing aids are sometimes optional.